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School of Social Work Research Publications for William Elliott III

  1. Elliott, W., Zheng, H., Sabol, T., & O’Brien, M. (2021). A step toward measuring children’s college-bound identity in children’s savings accounts programs: The case of Promise Scholars. Children and Youth Service Review, 121.
  2. Chen, Z. & Elliott, W. (2020). Saving for college: Perspective from participants in a universal children’s savings program. Journal of Children and Poverty, 26(2), 151-166.
  3. Zheng, H., Starks, B., Ellis, J., O’Brien, M., & Elliott, W. (2020). An examination of parental college expectations’ mediating role between children’s savings accounts and children’s educational attainment by income level. Sociology Mind, 10(3), 165-186.
  4. Chen, Z., Elliott, W., Wang, K., Zhang, A., & Zheng, H. (2020). Examining parental educational expectations in one of the oldest children’s savings account programs in the country: The Harold Alfond College Challenge. Children and Youth Service Review, 108, 104582.
  5. Zhang, A., Chen, Z., Wang, K., Elliott, W., & Morrow, S. (2020). Association between children’s saving account and parent rated children’s health: A preliminary study. Sociology Mind, 10(1), 1-14.
  6. Elliott, W., Chowa, G., Ellis, J. M, O’Brian, M., & Chen, Z. (2019). Combining children's savings accounts programs with scholarship programs: Effects on math and reading scores. Children and Youth Service Review, 102, 7-17.
  7. Elliott, W., Starks, B., Seefeldt, K., & Ellis, J. M. (2018). Children's savings account programs provide parents with the opportunity to plan and talk about college with their children and others. Sociology Mind, 8, 345-365.
  8. Elliot, W. & Lewis, M. (2018). Making Education Work for the Poor: The Potential of Children's Savings Accounts. Oxford Press.
  9. Elliott, W., Rauscher, E., & Nam, I. (2018). Unequal returns: Intragenerational asset accumulation differences by net worth in early adulthood. Children and Youth Services Review, 85, 253-263.
  10. Elliott, W., Kite, B., O’Brien, M., Lewis, M. & Palmer, A. (2018). Initial elementary education findings from Promise Indiana's children's savings account program. Children and Youth Services Review, 85, 295-306.
  11. Elliott, W. & Rauscher, E. (2018). When does my future begin? Student debt effects on intragenerational mobility. Sociology Mind, 8, 175-201.
  12. Elliott, W. & Lewis, M. (2017). Student Debt: A Reference Handbook. Broomfield, CO: Praeger.
  13. Rauscher, E., Elliott, W., O’Brien, M., Callahan, J., & Steensma, J. (2017). Examining the relationship between parental educational expectations and a community-based children's savings account program. Children and Youth Services Review, 77, 96-107.
  14. Lewis, M., O’Brien, M., Jones-Layman, A., O’Neill, E., & Elliott, W. (2017). Saving and educational asset-building within a community-driven CSA program: The case of Promise Indiana. Poverty and Public Policy, 9(2), 188-208.
  15. Palmer, A., Elliott, W., & Cheatham, G. (2017). Effects of extracurricular activities on postsecondary completion for students with disabilities. The Journal of Educational Research, 110(2), 151-158.
  16. Lewis, M., O’Brien, M., & Elliott, W. (2017). Immigrant Latino families saving against great odds: The case of CSAs and the prosperity kids program. Race and Social Problems, 9(3), 192-206.
  17. Zhan, M., Xiang, X., & Elliott, W. (2016). Education loans and wealth building among young adults. Children and Youth Services Review, 66, 67-75.
  18. Rauscher, E. & Elliott, W. (2016). Wealth as security: Growth curve analyses of household income and net worth during a recession. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 37, 29-41.
  19. Rauscher, E. & Elliott, W. (2016). The relationship between income and net worth in the U.S.A: Virtuous cycle for high but not low income households. Journal of Poverty.
  20. Elliott, W. & Lewis, M. (2015). The real college debt crisis: How student borrowing threatens financial well-being and erodes the American dream. Broomfield, CO: Praeger.
  21. Friedline, T., Scanlon, E., Johnson, T., & Elliott W. (2015). Educational and financial institutions partnering to implement CSAs: Evaluation of financial partners' perspectives from the 2011 GEAR UP invitational priority. Journal of Community Practice, 23(2), 203-237.
  22. Elliott, W. & Lewis, M. (2015). Student debt effects on financial wellbeing: Research and policy implications. Journal of Economic Surveys, 29(4), 614-636.
  23. Elliott, W. & Lewis, M. (2014). Child development accounts (CDAs). The Encyclopedia of Social Work.
  24. Elliott, W. (2014). Solving the paradox of high college expectations: The role of children’s savings accounts. In R. Cramer & T. Williams Shanks (Eds.), The assets perspective: The rise of asset building and its impacts on social policy. New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.
  25. Rauscher, E. & Elliott, W. (2014). The effect of wealth inequality on higher education outcomes: A critical review. Sociology Mind, 4, 282-297.

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